Manuel Antonio National Park is a small biological island. It was established in 1972 by the Costa Rican government who wanted to preserve the countries priceless wildlife. Though Manuel Antonio National Park is the smallest park in the country, it is the most visited due its charming combination of rain forest, beaches, coral reefs and wild life.
The fauna is diverse; there are 109 species of mammals and 184 birds. Among the most outstanding are the raccoon, the coati, the agouti, two-toed sloth, three-toed sloth, white-faced monkeys, howler monkeys and the Titi monkey, an endangered subspecies endemic to the park.
You can also see bird species such as Toucans, pelicans, tanagers, ospreys, kingfishers and the yellow crowned night heron. It is also possible to see iguanas, lizards, snakes and countless varieties of insects. These are just some of the features of the reserve that make visiting Manuel Antonio National Park an unforgettable experience.
Naturalist guides will take you on a breathtaking walking tour through the jungle so you can experience the secrets and wonders of this amazing ecosystem. You will have a unique opportunity to learn about and see first hand the extensive wildlife.
The guides will also help you get the best nature photos using your own digital camera through the lens of our professional telescopes.
What To Bring:
Cap or Hat